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October 2018

Eucharist – St Dyfrig Chapel

October 29 @ 9:30 am - 10:00 am

The Holy Eucharist (or Mass) is celebrated daily at the Cathedral. The St Dyfrig Chapel is in the north-eastern corner of the Cathedral. Named in honour of St Dyfrig, a Welsh saint from the sixth century and one of the patron saints of the Cathedral, this small chapel is a haven of peace reserved for quiet prayer and reflection.

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November 2018

Eucharist – St Dyfrig Chapel

November 5 @ 9:30 am - 10:00 am

The Holy Eucharist (or Mass) is celebrated daily at the Cathedral. The St Dyfrig Chapel is in the north-eastern corner of the Cathedral. Named in honour of St Dyfrig, a Welsh saint from the sixth century and one of the patron saints of the Cathedral, this small chapel is a haven of peace reserved for quiet prayer and reflection.

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Eucharist – St Dyfrig Chapel

November 12 @ 9:30 am - 10:00 am

The Holy Eucharist (or Mass) is celebrated daily at the Cathedral. The St Dyfrig Chapel is in the north-eastern corner of the Cathedral. Named in honour of St Dyfrig, a Welsh saint from the sixth century and one of the patron saints of the Cathedral, this small chapel is a haven of peace reserved for quiet prayer and reflection.

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Eucharist – St Dyfrig Chapel

November 19 @ 9:30 am - 10:00 am

The Holy Eucharist (or Mass) is celebrated daily at the Cathedral. The St Dyfrig Chapel is in the north-eastern corner of the Cathedral. Named in honour of St Dyfrig, a Welsh saint from the sixth century and one of the patron saints of the Cathedral, this small chapel is a haven of peace reserved for quiet prayer and reflection.

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Eucharist – St Dyfrig Chapel

November 26 @ 9:30 am - 10:00 am

The Holy Eucharist (or Mass) is celebrated daily at the Cathedral. The St Dyfrig Chapel is in the north-eastern corner of the Cathedral. Named in honour of St Dyfrig, a Welsh saint from the sixth century and one of the patron saints of the Cathedral, this small chapel is a haven of peace reserved for quiet prayer and reflection.

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December 2018

Eucharist – St Dyfrig Chapel

December 3 @ 9:30 am - 10:00 am

The Holy Eucharist (or Mass) is celebrated daily at the Cathedral. The St Dyfrig Chapel is in the north-eastern corner of the Cathedral. Named in honour of St Dyfrig, a Welsh saint from the sixth century and one of the patron saints of the Cathedral, this small chapel is a haven of peace reserved for quiet prayer and reflection.

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Eucharist – St Dyfrig Chapel

December 10 @ 9:30 am - 10:00 am

The Holy Eucharist (or Mass) is celebrated daily at the Cathedral. The St Dyfrig Chapel is in the north-eastern corner of the Cathedral. Named in honour of St Dyfrig, a Welsh saint from the sixth century and one of the patron saints of the Cathedral, this small chapel is a haven of peace reserved for quiet prayer and reflection.

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Eucharist – St Dyfrig Chapel

December 17 @ 9:30 am - 10:00 am

The Holy Eucharist (or Mass) is celebrated daily at the Cathedral. The St Dyfrig Chapel is in the north-eastern corner of the Cathedral. Named in honour of St Dyfrig, a Welsh saint from the sixth century and one of the patron saints of the Cathedral, this small chapel is a haven of peace reserved for quiet prayer and reflection.

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Eucharist – St Dyfrig Chapel

December 24 @ 9:30 am - 10:00 am

The Holy Eucharist (or Mass) is celebrated daily at the Cathedral. The St Dyfrig Chapel is in the north-eastern corner of the Cathedral. Named in honour of St Dyfrig, a Welsh saint from the sixth century and one of the patron saints of the Cathedral, this small chapel is a haven of peace reserved for quiet prayer and reflection.

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Eucharist – St Dyfrig Chapel

December 31 @ 9:30 am - 10:00 am

The Holy Eucharist (or Mass) is celebrated daily at the Cathedral. The St Dyfrig Chapel is in the north-eastern corner of the Cathedral. Named in honour of St Dyfrig, a Welsh saint from the sixth century and one of the patron saints of the Cathedral, this small chapel is a haven of peace reserved for quiet prayer and reflection.

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January 2019

Eucharist – St Dyfrig Chapel

7th January 2019 @ 9:30 am - 10:00 am

The Holy Eucharist (or Mass) is celebrated daily at the Cathedral. The St Dyfrig Chapel is in the north-eastern corner of the Cathedral. Named in honour of St Dyfrig, a Welsh saint from the sixth century and one of the patron saints of the Cathedral, this small chapel is a haven of peace reserved for quiet prayer and reflection.

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Eucharist – St Dyfrig Chapel

14th January 2019 @ 9:30 am - 10:00 am

The Holy Eucharist (or Mass) is celebrated daily at the Cathedral. The St Dyfrig Chapel is in the north-eastern corner of the Cathedral. Named in honour of St Dyfrig, a Welsh saint from the sixth century and one of the patron saints of the Cathedral, this small chapel is a haven of peace reserved for quiet prayer and reflection.

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Eucharist – St Dyfrig Chapel

21st January 2019 @ 9:30 am - 10:00 am

The Holy Eucharist (or Mass) is celebrated daily at the Cathedral. The St Dyfrig Chapel is in the north-eastern corner of the Cathedral. Named in honour of St Dyfrig, a Welsh saint from the sixth century and one of the patron saints of the Cathedral, this small chapel is a haven of peace reserved for quiet prayer and reflection.

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Eucharist – St Dyfrig Chapel

28th January 2019 @ 9:30 am - 10:00 am

The Holy Eucharist (or Mass) is celebrated daily at the Cathedral. The St Dyfrig Chapel is in the north-eastern corner of the Cathedral. Named in honour of St Dyfrig, a Welsh saint from the sixth century and one of the patron saints of the Cathedral, this small chapel is a haven of peace reserved for quiet prayer and reflection.

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February 2019

Eucharist – St Dyfrig Chapel

4th February 2019 @ 9:30 am - 10:00 am

The Holy Eucharist (or Mass) is celebrated daily at the Cathedral. The St Dyfrig Chapel is in the north-eastern corner of the Cathedral. Named in honour of St Dyfrig, a Welsh saint from the sixth century and one of the patron saints of the Cathedral, this small chapel is a haven of peace reserved for quiet prayer and reflection.

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